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Sun, Jul 25, 2010 at 4:44:26 AM | File in Student Version transfers to Professional Version

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Hi, I got a pretty urgent problem.

 I have a file which I created and have been working on in a Professional Version Revit.

One day, I accidentally opened it on a computer with a Student Version. I worked on it a lot, then I saved.

 I know about the water mark and border banner that comes with a Student Version.

 My question is, now I want to continue to work on that file back on my Professional Version computer. Will I run into any hidden problem down the road?

I have tried out the water mark problem, it doesn't give a water mark even if you print a student version file in a professional version Revit.

Any other hidden problem?


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Sun, Jul 25, 2010 at 3:51:13 PM | File in Student Version transfers to Professional Version

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I have always heard that the watermark will corrupt all files.  Knowing that, I personally would not test it and risk my work.

 

Please let us know if that is not the case.


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Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 4:29:21 PM | WWHub

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 When I open the student-version-corrupted file in professional version and try to print again, no watermark shows up.

 

When you said Watermark will corrupt all file, do you mean some properties or code (hidden or not) is being corrupted such that even it's doesn't give a watermark, somewhere down the road, they can still somehow spot that a student version was involved.

 

 

Quoting WWHub from 2010-07-25 10:51:13

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I have always heard that the watermark will corrupt all files.  Knowing that, I personally would not test it and risk my work.

 

Please let us know if that is not the case.

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Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 5:06:11 PM | File in Student Version transfers to Professional Version

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Sorry, I personally don't have any experience with the student version - only what I have read and what I speculate.   Makes sense that the sudent version can not be mixed with the professional.  Otherwise, people would try to use the cheaper seat.

 

 


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